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Old 02-22-2016, 11:20 AM   #1
Miralimk
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How do i make some node malicious(Sybil) in ns2


Hello forum,

I need help for simulation in ns2. I want to implement sybil attack detection in wireless sensor networks. For making some node sybil, that node need to send packets using fake identity. So i want to know how can i make some node sybil. i.e., how to change sender node's identity. I would even like to know which protocol should i use for the same. Need help in this matter.

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